JOB: Deputy Director, Development and Sustainability, Mesa, AZ

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    Steve Cottle

    Deputy Director – Development and Sustainability Department

    ($79,851 – $107,640 annually)

    We are seeking a professional to fill the position of Deputy Director of the Development and Sustainability Department. We will count on you to provide responsible technical expertise, administrative direction and coordinate the activities of a work team within the department. This position may be assigned to any one, or a combination of, the following areas:

    • Building and/or Civil Plan Review
    • Permit Services – Front Counter and Call Center
    • Building, Nuisance, Environmental, and Zoning Code Field Inspections and Enforcement
    • Development Planning


    • Developing and maintaining current knowledge of the technical requirements, policies, procedures and standards of the assigned area
    • Directing, overseeing and participating in the development of a workgroup plan, assigning work activities and projects, monitoring workflow and reviewing and evaluating work products and coordinating work with other areas of the department and City
    • Effectively communicating with and resolving problems with members of the public, stakeholders, other City departments, City management and elected officials
    • Supervision may be exercised over professional engineers, architects, field or clerical staff and/or supervisors working in the various sections
    • Work is performed within the general guidelines and policies established by the Development and Sustainability Department Director
    • Work assignments are very broad in scope and are performed with considerable independence
    • Supervise and coordinate the activities and training of all personnel assigned to workgroup
    • Serve as a technical consultant to employees in solving difficult assignments and advise the development community and general public of code requirements and changes, code interpretations and code development
    • Exercise considerable independence in resolving problems, facilitating solutions and providing appropriate written and verbal communication with staff, the public, elected officials, City management and other interested parties as required
    • Required to develop and implement detailed budget and monitoring methods, develop protocols for staff and case assignments and oversee and audit case follow-up and enforcement actions as necessary

    For more information, including requirements and how to apply, visit:

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